Print Styles

Here you will find detailed guides on the print styles or 'mediums' that I offer along with comparisons between them, which is a very important consideration depending on the room in which you intend to hang the print. Any image in my entire collection can be printed in your choice of print style described below.

Rest assured that no matter the medium, your Limited Edition luxury fine art print will be meticulously crafted to gallery-quality standards with full archival longevity.

These breathtaking works of art are engineered to last a lifetime and beyond, with painstaking attention to detail which ensures absolute quality in each and every print.

Lumachrome® TruLife® Acrylic Prints
Unrivaled Craftsmanship. Archival Longevity.

Regarded as the highest quality print medium available today, Lumachrome® TruLife® acrylic face-mount prints earn the distinction of being the absolute gold standard of photographic presentation...

Charity Edition Framed Acrylic Prints

'Charity Edition' prints are identical to Lumachrome® TruLife® acrylic prints, but with the addition of any museum-quality Roma® or Omega® Italian wooden frame and linen liner combination...

Fujiflex® Crystal Archive Metal Prints

Fujiflex® Crystal Archive is Fujifilm's premier professional photographic material which demonstrates incredible three-dimensional depth, contrast, vibrant color and razor sharp detail...

ChromaLuxe® HD Metal Prints

ChromaLuxe® HD Metal prints are created with a process called dye-sublimation, where the image is directly infused into a special coating on the aluminum panel.

These amazing prints feature good detail and saturation while being extremely durable, scratch resistant and uniquely waterproof...

Triptychs And Multi-Panel Prints

A polyptych photograph is simply one that is divided into sections or panels. The reasons we create these multi-panel artworks are usually because of size limitations of materials, although we often print on a smaller scale in this format for their unique and beautiful visual appeal...

As a fine art photographer, the print mediums that I offer to my customers and collectors is of utmost importance. Careful research and strong collaboration with expert, professional printers allows me to produce my work in the finest mediums possible so every image will look its best, with consistent results.

Although there are other photography print mediums available such as loose paper or canvas, I choose not to utilize them because they do not reflect the potential of the images compared to finer mediums. This principle is the foundation of my brand, and one that I stand by unequivocally.

A more in-depth description of alternative print styles can be found in my article The Best Photography Print Mediums.